Malcolm James Kutner

Posted on Wed, 22 Oct 2008 by midcenturyjo


Malcolm James Kutner has a style that straddles both sides of the Atlantic with influences from both England and the States. Based in New York after living in London his “colonial” vibe fits well with the warmer climates, think Key West or the West Indies. Equally though he is at home with the elegance of the English terrace house genre. Worn and lived in but refined. He has a great feel for the essence of a place. I’m particularly loving how he has handled the pared back stripped timber walls. The whole feel is of warm tropical days, the throb of cicadas, light sea breezes in the afternoon, gin and tonics and a gentler time. More of his portfolio here.

Eileen says:

Loved this post and the previous one. Thanks for the tour!

Wow! Great stuff here. ­čÖé

I especially love the bed in front of the window- our apartment is kind of weird and the bedroom layout had me kind of lost for a bit because of the windows. But this made me realize that maybe my bed doesn’t look so out of place right in front of the window. ­čÖé

kate says:

i would do anything for an outdoor room like the one in the last picture.

Anonymous says:

Enjoying the crazy storms in Brizy there lady?

kim. says:

I adore these spaces – love the rawness. Photos 1, 2, 4 and 5 have me just in awe.

I love the look of the wood distressed walls. Beautiful Designs.

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